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Wrapping up TADHack Global 2017

Thank you to everyone who took part in TADHack Global 2017! Especially the 65+ partners and 5 global sponsors: Apifonica, Matrix, Telestax, Temasys, and Vidyo. You made possible the largest global hackathon over one weekend, well two this year. TADHack has grown yet again, with over 3300 registrations, quite a few locations had close to … Continue reading Wrapping up TADHack Global 2017

Carrefour at TADHack Global

For the first time at TADHack we had a sponsor outside the telecoms industry, Carrefour, a French multinational retailer. They are the second largest hypermarket chain in the world, with 1600 hypermarkets. They operate in 30 countries, in Europe, the Americas, Asia and Africa. Carrefour means “crossroads” and “public square” in French. Given TADHack is … Continue reading Carrefour at TADHack Global

Announcing TADHack Global 2016

TADHack Global will run over the 14-16th October (Friday-Sunday), locations will run on 2 of the 3 days. We have 32+ locations confirmed around the world including: Athens, Austin, Bangladesh – Dhaka, Berlin, Boston, Brisbane, Buenos Aires, Chicago, Kuala Lumpur, Kyiv (Ukraine), Lisbon, London, Madrid, Melbourne, Mexico, Moscow, Netherlands, NYC, Orlando, Oslo, Pakistan, Paris, San … Continue reading Announcing TADHack Global 2016

Why TADHack Works

TADHack is less than two years old.  The first event was in June 2014 across Madrid in Spain, Colombo in Sri Lanka, Chicago in the US, Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, Manila in the Philippines, and comfort of your own home (remote entries). Since that first event we’ve created over 200 amazing hacks, distributed close to … Continue reading Why TADHack Works

Weblog of TADHack Weblogs

We try here to capture most of the weblogs written about TADHack Global 2015 13-14 June, its amazing how many there are! If we’re missing your’s please let us know in the comments and we’ll add them to the list.   Weblogs from the winners Thomas Howe with KISST Kevin Prince with Backpacker Telecom PlayMyBand … Continue reading Weblog of TADHack Weblogs

TADHack is for Everyone

At TADHack last year I mentioned an aspect of the winning teams was diversity. The teams included product people, user experience people, and programmers. And there was also diversity in the sexes, here are some examples: Famous4Money with Jairo Canales, Francisco, Sergio, Mar, and Natalia WhatsPeer with Luis, Maria and Alex SuperStreamer with Arjun and … Continue reading TADHack is for Everyone

TADHack mini London Review Part 1 of 3

Thank you to everyone who was involved in making TADHack mini London an amazing event. We had 98 people registered both onsite and remote, and over the 2 days we had 70 people take part (both onsite and remote) generating 18 world-class hacks, which demonstrate the power of telecom application development: from controlling drones in … Continue reading TADHack mini London Review Part 1 of 3

Pre and Post TADHack Surveys

Thanks to everyone for their great feedback on the pre and post TADHack surveys. A summary of the results is shown in the slides below.  We had 188 responses to the pre-event survey and 40 responses to the post-event survey.   You can see the 22 countries that responded to the survey in the slides. … Continue reading Pre and Post TADHack Surveys

TADHack Winners: The Satellites

Congratulations to every team that contributed to TADHack, we’re going to promote you and your work. Saturday ended up being an intense day.  It is fair to say the judges in Madrid were shell-shocked by 5PM by the volume and quality of the hacks. Here is the playlist of all the winners.  This weblog focused … Continue reading TADHack Winners: The Satellites

TADHack Countdown and the TADHack YouTube Channel

We’re nearly there! Just over one week to go and telecom application developers from around the world will gather to learn, share, code and create! TADHack is a global event with centers in Madrid, Sri Lanka, Philippines, Malaysia, India, the US, and your own home (for remote entries). We have requests to run satellites next … Continue reading TADHack Countdown and the TADHack YouTube Channel